Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is excited to present this
gorgeous 1968 Pontiac Lemans Sport Coupe. The LeMans was produced
from 1962-1981. Originally based off the Tempest, the LeMans
changed the muscle car industry with the introduction of the now
infamous GTO in 1964. Spanning over five generations of model
changes ranging from a compact to mid-size chassis over its
successful run. This 1968 Pontiac LeMans Sport Coupe is a great
example of 1960's sleek styling . The beautiful turquoise paint
will make your heart skip a beat. Opening the door, you will be in
awe by the like new matching turquoise vinyl interior. The front
bucket seats and dash layout define the sporty looks that the 1968
LeMans is known for. Under the hood of this General Motors tried
and true is a 350 V-8 producing around 300hp. An automatic 2-speed
transmission makes this LeMans an ease to drive. Options include
power steering, AM/FM/CD radio and raised white letter tires
mounted on factory steel rally wheels with chrome beauty rings.
This beautiful Pontiac also features chrome bright work around the
window trim and over the B-pillar post which have all but vanished
as time has passed. These post cars are becoming harder and harder
to fine in this pristine condition. Something very special about
the '68 Pontiacs are the rear marker lights, shaped like Pontiac
Arrow-head logo the marker lights sign a stunning bright red and
that is just one of the many features that make this car the
ultimate blast from the past!
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